The Presidency of South Africa has said that former President Nelson Mandela still remains in hospital in Pretoria and his condition is critical but stable.
While at times his condition becomes unstable, doctors said Mandela has demonstrated "great resilience" and his condition tends to stabilise with medical interventions.
In a statement, the Presidency said doctors were working hard to improve his health and keep him comfortable.
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